The ‘doer’ is imaginary

“You can do nothing.

What time has brought about, time will take away.

This is the end of yoga, to realise independence.

All that happens, happens to the mind, not to the source ‘I am’.

Once you realise that all happens by itself (call it destiny, or the will of God or mere accident), you remain as witness only, understanding and enjoying, but not perturbed.

You are responsible only for what you can change.

All you can change is only your attitude.

There lies your responsibility”.

– Nisargadatta Maharaj

 

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To put it all in a nutshell, I can offer this:
All is a movement upon stillness.
Movement and stillness are two aspects of the singular essence.

That is all one needs to know. The knowing is the movement (intelligence-energy) and the formless inconceivable ‘knower’ is stillness.

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  1. Realise that the clearest pointing will vibrate into relativity as soon as one refers it to ‘me’. Therefore let the hearing or reading be direct.